On March 29, 2012, SVForum will present the next program in its Cleantech Breakfast Series, Smart Energy for Everyday Living – Innovative Technologies from Quebec, Canada. A description of this program is as follows:
What do Quebec and California have in common? It is the only province in Canada to start enforcing cap and trade regulations for carbon emissions similar to California. As Canada’s largest province in land area and home to vast natural resources, Quebec is the world’s fourth largest producer of hydroelectricity; a reliable source of abundant, renewable and low-cost power in North America. Home to nearly 400 innovative cleantech companies, Quebec has distinguished itself particularly in the fields of energy efficiency and storage, water treatment and waste management. Come hear case studies from market drivers in Quebec, Canada and learn about the technologies they are developing to accelerate smart energy adoption.
Speakers will Include:
- Gary Dillabough, The Westly Group
- Stephane Labelle, EH2 Solar
- Simon Leblond, CAN2GO/SCL Elements Inc.
- Denis Leclerc, Ecotech Quebec
- Moderated by: Rami Branitzky, SAP
This program will be held from 8:00 – 10:00 PM at SAP, 3410 Hillview Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94304. Thanks to our friends at SVForum, readers of Green VC can receive a 30% discount when registering onlinre by entering code DATA12.